We are all hostages of the information bubble that has been carefully created for us by the endlessly descending and updating news feeds. We think that any information we receive must contain something new. And content creators think that only news can attract our attention. That’s why we keep reading about new trends. New ideas from designers. New models of bags, hats and sneakers. And we get the impression that you need to “keep up” with fashion, “chase” and that this occupation is meaningless: “today is an oversize, and tomorrow there will be a sheath dress again, I’d better wait.” On the one hand, this is due to the fact that not everyone understands the difference between “fast” and “slow” trends (I wrote about this). Continue reading
I love that. It is a pure pleasure to look at everyday images in which each element is sewn from an impressive amount of fabric. They immediately become not so everyday, although much easier: trousers, sweater. Maybe there’s a shirt under the sweater.
You can wear sneakers, chunky sneakers, or pointy-toed ankle boots/shoes on your feet. Long trousers should be long: go down to the ground.
If this is not possible (you have to walk, and on the street — what we usually have in the winter on the street), then you can consider shortened wide trousers and cotton socks (wherever the bare ankle can be worn socks): Continue reading
I will succumb to the magic of simple headlines. “Orange is the new black”, “pants are the new dress”, “Zara is the new Dior”. The latter is ridiculous, but you try to distinguish between fresh advertising campaigns: this is a recognized problem of the industry, and it is not that Zara shamelessly copies designer things, but that top fashion houses can not imagine anything that would be radically different from Zara, and at the same time successfully sold not only to elderly rich ladies who knew the great Monsieur in their youth.
Well, did you find 10 differences?Go on. The image in the title and the image below are it-girls from the online magazine H&M, dressed, respectively, in H&M:
We used to agree that if you take the average temperature in a hospital, then, definitely, a more expensive wardrobe has a better chance of looking modern and cool than a less expensive one. But here we fall into several traps, which in the end, instead of correct optimistic conclusions, lead us into mistakes and discouragement. Continue reading